Are insurance company tactics effective at keeping money that should be paid to accident victims?
- Maybe you should ask the chairman of Aetna Insurance. His annual salary in 2013 was more than $36 million plus $11.1 million in stock options.
- Or ask the chairman of UnitedHealthCare. Her annual salary is $8.5 million.
- Or ask the chairman of CIGNA Insurance. He made more than $17.76 million last year.
- Or ask the president of Anthem Insurance. He made more than $14 million in 2013.
- Or better yet, ask the chairman of Allstate. He made more than $17 million last year.
Enough is enough…don’t let the insurance company steamroll over you.
Before you say yes to a tiny check from the insurance company for your car accident injuries, talk to us first…you may be losing a lot of money.
If you decide to deal with the insurance adjuster, without the help of a Newark auto accident attorney, you should realize that you are at a distant disadvantage.
There are laws, strategies, and techniques that I have learned during the past 38+ years…and most likely you do not know these laws, strategies and techniques…but the insurance company does…so…you should ask yourself some serious questions about how your interest will be best served.
Read the 29 Tactics Insurance Companies Use that Could Cost You Money
What You Should Know about Insurance
Because insurance companies will do just about anything to pay out as little as possible on your car accident claim, it’s important to have a knowledgeable, experienced Jersey City car accident attorney who knows New Jersey law on your side. With Anthony Carbone, you get an attorney who knows all the tactics insurance companies will employ to look out for their best interests, not yours. Please contact the Law Offices of Anthony Carbone, P.C. today to schedule a no-cost, confidential consultation with our accident lawyer in Jersey City.